Happy Father’s Day!
Dad’s book on living through the death of his son, and what it means for the family and the community.
Happy Birthday Dad!
Happy Mother’s Day.
Happy Father Day.
We are very happy to be able to share this exciting and important book with you today.
Read more: Dad’s latest book: Life in a death row is hard Dad’s best advice to family, friends and the publicAbout a year ago, we were invited to be a guest speaker at the annual Australian Congress of Catholic Bishops (ACBCB) convention.
Our panel was a diverse group of people from the Australian Catholic and Anglican communities.
They asked us to speak about the challenges of being a father in a time of death.
The topic of death row was a particular topic for us because we have all been through it ourselves, and we all know the pain and grief that can accompany it.
Over the past year, we have come to understand that death is not only a physical and mental process, but also a process of mourning and loss.
A father’s role in the family is a great opportunity to share the stories of his family members and their lives with the world.
We have always known that life is precious, but we do not want to be too hard on ourselves.
Fathers are not just the parents.
They are also the people who care for them, the role models and the people they hold close.
Every father is in a unique position to help his son in times of grief.
At the end of every life is the beginning of a new one, but that doesn’t mean you are not a father.
You have a unique role in creating and maintaining a loving, caring and supportive family.
It is your duty to be there for your son, no matter how difficult that may be.
We are looking forward to sharing this exciting book with our readers.
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